BITCAT is a pet coin belonging to the people of the world. The days of the dog race have come. It's time to make the world's most famous meme the king of memes.

BITCAT (Bcat) is here to make memes once again great. Bcat is secretly issued without pre-sale, zero tax, LP burned, contract abandoned, and it will always be the people's coin. Driven by pure meme power, let Bcat point the way for you.

Create a Wallet
Download metamask or your wallet of choice from the app store or google play store for free. Desktop users, download the google chrome extension by going to metamask.io.
Get Some Bcat
Have Bcat in your wallet to switch to $BCAT. If you don’t have any Bcat, you can buy directly on metamask, transfer from another wallet, or buy on another exchange and send it to your wallet.
Go to Uniswap
Connect to Uniswap. Go to app.uniswap.org in google chrome or on the browser inside your Metamask app. Connect your wallet. Paste the $BCAT token address into Uniswap, select Bcat, and confirm. When Metamask prompts you for a wallet signature, sign.
Switch Bcat for $BCAT
Switch Bcat for $BCAT. We have ZERO taxes so you don’t need to worry about buying with a specific slippage, although you may need to use slippage during times of market volatility.
Token supply: 2100000000
No taxes, 10% of tokens are sent to the liquidity pool, LP tokens are burned, and contracts are abandoned. The remaining 10% of the supply is kept in a multi signature wallet and only used as tokens for future centralized exchange listings, bridges, and liquidity pools. 10% is allocated to single currency pledge mining. 70% will be allocated to WEB2.0 mining rewards and air drops.
phase 1
1. Ordinary launch
2. Web2.0 rewards mining and air drop
3. 1000+Holders
4. Utilize our meme power to capture Bcat trends on Twitter
phase 2
1. Community Partner Node Rewards
2. Bcat Pledge Mining
3. Bcat NFT Casting and Trading
4. CEX launched over 10000 holders
phase 3
1. Bcat products
2. Bcat College
3. Bcat tool
4. Bcat Global Cat Rescue Fund and Charity Support in Poor Areas